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You could do it, you may either have to settle for slightly smaller batches, or brew higher gravity and dilute, or do a manual sparge.Hey guys,
Would this be good enough to get me started doing BIAB?
that one's a better bet.
It says "Adjustable Thermostat from 30 110 degrees", so I would think it should be able to boil...I hope.
Preboil volume or finished volume?I'm not likely to be doing any more than around 20-23L at a time, do you think it could handle that?
It's not just the "smell" that makes gas brewing inside a bad idea, it's the exact opposite.Ok, your probably right, I'll leave it alone.
The only problem is I don't see too many others around, and ebay is not really a goer. The shipping for something like that from Aus or the US is crazy.
Might just look at getting a big stock pot and a gas burner for the garage. My wife would have a fit if I did it inside if the smell is as bad as people here say it is. :lol:
Yeah, I definitely be doing it in the garage.
Not sure whether to get a gas burner, not sure if it could boil 20L of water, or get an immersion element.
Don't really know what I'm looking for at this point.
Maybe something like this -
Looks good mate, should be a tasty beer.How does this sound for a first brew, got it off a local site for 1st timers. I changed the hops though.
For a 23 Litre recipe
4.6Kg Pale Malt
250g Crystal Malt
20g Cascade @ 60min
20g Cascade @ 40min
20g Cascade @ 20min
In case you hadn't guessed I've got some Cascade already (in fact it's all I've got).
According to Brewmate, this will give an IBU of about 45, but with the 20 min addition should provide some flavour as well.
Any suggestions welcome. Shit I can't wait to do my first AG.